. I sent my coins to NGC to get encapsulated along with a group of ancient coins. Two of the Chinese coins came back in body bags ; one was an obvious FAKE (I posted that coin yesterday) & the other was labeled AUTHENTICITY UNVERAFIABLE, see label below. My first impression was WHAT ? No explanation was given as to why they couldn't verify the authenticity of this coin . The coin looked like a solid AU to me with no problems, & together NGC & PCGS had slabbed over 1,700 of these coins in AU50. So why was my coin rejected ? Did the graders get "gun shy" after finding a fake "Fat Man" dollar in my submission ? Who knows. Time was drawing near to get my coins off to Heritage Auctions for their 2012 Signature Auction in Chicago. I sent Heritage a large submission of slabbed coins & included my raw 1912 Szechuan $1. I didn't tell Heritage that the coin had been rejected by NGC . Their Director of Consignments, Win Callender, sent me an email & said he wanted the coin slabbed before the auction & would take care of it for me . At that point all I could do was say OK & hope he wouldn't send it back to NGC . Several weeks later I got another email from Win Callender saying he just got the coin back from NGC & it was slabbed AU50 ! The very same coin NGC rejected from my submission they slabbed for Heritage , see photos below. The coin ended up selling for $299.00 .